Amateur bouts added for Front Street Fights 16

Boise, ID (2/9/18)— Three amateur bouts have been added to the fight card for Front Street Fights 16: Ash vs. Wick, presented by Bodybuilding.com, coming to CenturyLink Arena on February 23rd.

Two Lightweight bouts and a Flyweight fight join the fight card that already features the Main Event Lightweight title fight between Josh “The White Mamba” Wick and Hamilton “The Honey Hamster” Ash. 

Cody “The Kid” Sattler (2-1) and Tim Cameron (1-3) square off in a Lightweight bout. Sattler heads into the cage after two previous fights at Front Street Fights were cancelled, scheduled fights against Lino Sanchez at FSF7 and Jon Sellers at FSF15. Cameron seeks his first FSF win after suffering submission defeats at FSF12 to Colton Armas and FSF15 to Almir Talic.

Faith Davis (0-2) will take on Riley Timmons (1-0) in a Lightweight fight. Davis looks for her first win after two consecutive losses to Kelly Clayton. Timmons won her debut in January at “Rumble at the Roseland 96”, a unanimous decision over Patty Elliot.

Joe Rodriguez (0-1) faces Kyle Aslami (1-0) in a Flyweight tilt. Rodriguez will return to the FSF cage just over a month after suffering a unanimous decision loss to Noah Shultz. Aslami won his amateur debut in November at FSF14 with a knockout of Rafael Coronado.

Additions to the fight card will be announced over the next week. Doors for Front Street Fights 16 will open at 6pm, with the first fight scheduled for 7pm. The event will be broadcast live on Cable One Channel 72 and streamed on the Front Street Fights YouTube page.

Tickets are now on sale at the CenturyLink Arena Box Office, available for as low as $20. To book a luxury suite for your party, contact Darren Caskey at (208) 424-2200 ext. 2310. For information, call 383-0080 or visit centurylinkarenaboise.com.